Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan will inaugurate a two day "Kerala Investors Conclave-2016" on October 22 here. Nearly 300 foreign industrialists and 100 others from across the country will take part in the meet which aims to explore the possibilities of investment in Malabar region. The conclave is being organised by Greater Malabar Initiative (GMI), a newly organised fourm of industrialists, professionals and technocrats, GMI President Azad Moopanand its Founder Member Shabeer Nellikode said in a releasetoday. Kerala Finance Minister Thomas Issac, Tourism Minister AC Moideen, Labour and Excise Minister T P Ramakrishnan and Transport Minister A K Saseendran will also participate in theinaugural function. "The meet aims to showcase Malabar region as a potentialinvestment destination for businesses from around the World",Moopan said. "It will also bring together government authorities, investors, industrialists and internationally reputed consultants like Ernst and Young, KPMG and PWC who will help identify the projects with potential", he added. Investment possibilities in IT, Infrastructure, Tourism, Healthcare, Education, Power and Skill Development sectorsduring the the meet in which debates and presentation of paperswill also take place.
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